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Photoshop: Making Color Look Up Tables (LUTs)
If you want to apply specific film-style looks to your video or images without breaking the bank, then learning how to make LUTs in Photoshop is a good idea. Iain Anderson shows you how.
Jun. 12, 2016
5 Tips for Expert Image Retouching in Photoshop
I think there is nothing that can’t be achieved in Photoshop—you just have to know how to best use it. From years of trial and error I’ve come up with ways to perfectly retouch images. Let's see...
Aug. 29, 2015
32-bit HDR Toning in Photoshop
Photoshop CS6 provides a couple of different ways to create HDR photos. In this tutorial Dan Mougamian shows how to use the specific 32-bit HDR toning workflows to good effect.
Jun. 11, 2013
Photoshop: Perfect Monochrome Images
If you want to get the best possible monochrome still images out of your color photos you've come to the right place. Iain Anderson shows how to just that using Adobe Photoshop.
May. 17, 2013
Simple Photoshop: 7 tips to make Photoshop easy-peasy for non-graphics professionals
You may not rate yourself as a professional graphic artist, but it doesn't mean you can't have fun in Photoshop! Elaine Ashburn shares 7 easy tips that'll make your pictures the talk of the town.
May. 14, 2013
Design a "Cool" Social Media advert in Photoshop
Look around and you'll probably notice that good social media adverts use excellent graphics & banners. In this Photoshop tutorial, Martin Perhiniak shows how to design a
May. 7, 2013
Love The Sun Poster: Combine Paths and 3D effects in Photoshop, Part 2
It feels like summer may almost be upon us here in Europe... and to celebrate, Martin Perhiniak shows how to use 2D and 3D techniques to design ornamental patterns for a poster in Photoshop. (Part 2).
Apr. 24, 2013
Love The Sun Poster: Combine Paths and 3D effects in Photoshop, Part 1
It feels like summer may almost be upon us here in Europe... and to celebrate, Martin Perhiniak shows how to use 2D and 3D techniques to design ornamental patterns for a poster in Photoshop. (Part 1).
Apr. 23, 2013
Photoshop: Cute Animal Selection Nightmares Solved
You love Photoshop. You love cute animals. How can you avoid selection nightmares when the two are together?
Jan. 28, 2013
Color-Tinting Black & White Images in Photoshop Touch for iPad
Got an iPad? Get Photoshop Touch for iPad! In this tutorial Dan Moughamian takes us through the process of color tinting B&W images with professional results.
Jan. 18, 2013
Creating a Flying Mountain Landscape in Photoshop
So, you can climb a mountain... but can you make it fly above the ground? No? Nor can we. But, Martin Perhiniak shows how to bring fantasy to life using Photoshop CS6 - with reality defying results.
Dec. 28, 2012
Photoshop CS6: Avoiding Clipping While Correcting Color
Find out how to safely adjust colors in Photoshop CS6 without destroying the overall fidelity of your image. Being careful can produce awesome results as Iain Anderson demonstrates.
Oct. 25, 2012
5 Color Tips For All Photoshop Users
Toby Pitman picks his 5 favorite color tips available in Photoshop CS5 and CS6. From the simple to the sublime. There's something useful here for all Adobe Photoshop users!
Apr. 30, 2012
Automated Image Correction Techniques in Photoshop
It's usually best to apply color correction manually to your photos But, there are times when applying auto correction can save time & produce interesting results. David Smith shows how in Photoshop.
Apr. 27, 2012
Create a Quick and Easy Wood Texture in Photoshop
Wood textures! You can never have enough of them! Well in this tutorial I’ll show you how I go about making quick and easy wood grain in Photoshop. The process is highly customizable and can be kept a
Jun. 2, 2011
Photoshop Tutorials CS5: Color Correction using the Gradient tool
I love Photoshop. It's one of those rare applications that has captured the hearts and minds of professional designers, photographers and home users the world over. It's effect has been so pervasive
Aug. 24, 2010
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